Rochelle Siemienowicz

Rochelle Siemienowicz is a journalist for Screenhub. She is a writer, film critic and cultural commentator with a PhD in Australian cinema. She was the co-host of Australia's longest-running film podcast 'Hell is for Hyphenates' and has written a memoir, Fallen, published by Affirm Press. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram

Rochelle's Latest Articles

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News

SBS to launch free multilingual news channel

SBS will expand its multilingual news service in 2022 with WorldWatch, a new channel including Mandarin and Arabic bulletins.

Katie Milwright on set of Surviving Summer
Features

Katie Milwright ACS on grit, gratitude and getting to the Pilbara

The award-winning Australian cinematographer talks about her 25-year career and the drive that sustains it.

Kerry Ehrin
News

Screen Forever registrations open, first speaker and mentors announced

Actual mingling on the Gold Coast is on the cards. Screen Forever ramps up again with Morning Wars' showrunner a…

Matthew Walker director of I'm Wanita
News

Sydney Film Festival closes with Awards

Iranian film 'There Is No Evil' wins the $60,000 Sydney Film Prize, while Australian music doc 'I'm Wanita' continues a…

Leah Purcell and Nashen Moodley 14th APSA Awards
News

Leah Purcell wins APSA Jury Grand Prize

Leah Purcell has won the Jury prize for The Drover's Wife: The Legend of Molly Johnson at the 2021 Asia…

Rob Collins in Firebite on AMC+
News

AMC+ Launches in Australia on Apple TV and Prime

AMC+ has launched in Australia on Apple TV and Prime. SA vampire series Firebite will premiere in December.

composer Brett Aplin in studio
Career Advice

So you want my screen job: Brett Aplin, composer

Meet Brett Aplin, the film and television composer whose credits include The Gloaming, Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries and James…

News

Nominees announced for 2021 Australian Director's Guild Awards

These 20 Awards cover a wide span from commercials to music vids, features and interactive titles. Here are the 2021…

News

2021 AACTA Nominations Announced

Australia's Academy reveals all the Awards nominees for film and TV, as well as a date with the Opera House.

Halloween Kills

Melbourne cinemas open up and here's what's on

Melbourne cinemas are open again, hopefully for good. Moviegoers, get back to where you once belonged.

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